Remember the good old days when you waited for that phone call to hear that school was cancelled for a snow day? I hold such fond memories of playing with friends in the back yard, while my Mom baked cookies and warmed hot chocolate for us. She dried our wet snow pants, hats and gloves on the radiator, so they would be warm and ready for a second or third run in the yard. My dad flooded the driveway with the hose, which froze over into a magnificent neighborhood ice rink where we skated for hours. After building igloos, snow families and skating, we were ready for the warm house, and some indoor activities. Jigsaw puzzles, board games, MadLibs and charade’s were next on the agenda. Read the full article “Teaching activities to fill the snow days” for more ideas of how to build fond memories on a snowy day.


Remember the good old days when you waited for that phone call to hear that school was cancelled for a snow day? I hold such fond memories of playing with friends in the back yard, while my Mom baked cookies and warmed hot chocolate for us. She dried our wet snow pants, hats and gloves on the radiator, so they would be warm and ready for a second or third run in the yard. My dad flooded the driveway with the hose, which froze over into a magnificent neighborhood ice rink where we skated for hours. After building igloos, snow families and skating, we were ready for the warm house, and some indoor activities. Jigsaw puzzles, board games, MadLibs and charade’s were next on the agenda. Read the full article “Teaching activities to fill the snow days” for more ideas of how to build fond memories on a snowy day.